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Ivan Camilleri

  • Government gave consent for VGH sale after agreement was signed

    Government gave consent for VGH sale after agreement was signed

    The government gave its legal consent to the sale of the VGH hospitals concession more than a week after the agreement was signed, The Sunday Times of Malta can reveal. Under the terms of the concession, Vitals Global Healthcare should have...

  • Vitals deal investigation still pending

    Vitals deal investigation still pending

    The National Audit Office has yet to start investigating a deal between the government and Vitals Global Healthcare, the Times of Malta has learnt. The Public Accounts Committee asked for an investigation into the controversial deal more than a...

  • Sadeen flaunts university plans despite no permits

    Sadeen flaunts university plans despite no permits

    Computer-generated images of modern extensions and additional floors on historic buildings in Cospicua feature on the Sadeen Group’s Facebook page, though permits have still to been issued. The Jordanian construction group, which was allocated the...

  • Government ‘bypasses’ union and contacts pilots individually

    Government ‘bypasses’ union and contacts pilots individually

    The government made a last-ditch attempt to encourage Air Malta cockpit crew to agree to a new five-year collective agreement by contacting pilots individually, bypassing their union, the Times of Malta was told. In a move many pilots deemed...

  • Keep quiet, AUM tells dismissed lecturers

    Keep quiet, AUM tells dismissed lecturers

    Lecturers and administration staff dismissed by the American University of Malta were warned they could face suits for damages if they spoke to the media on what was happening, the Times of Malta is informed. On receiving their dismissal notices...

  • Why were Vitals payments doubled before hospital sale was announced?

    Why were Vitals payments doubled before hospital sale was announced?

    Days before the surprise announcement that Vitals Global Healthcare (VGH) were about to sell their multimillion-euro, 30-year government concession on three public hospitals, the Health Ministry obtained parliamentary approval to pay VGH an extra...

  • Former MP Debono Grech to face court charges

    Former MP Debono Grech to face court charges

    Former Labour Minster Joe Debono Grech will be facing court charges after allegedly threatening a police officer, the Times of Malta is informed. The fiery 78-year old former Labour politician, who did not contest the last general elections after...

  • €1: The price Vitals paid for three hospitals' contents

    €1: The price Vitals paid for three hospitals' contents

    Updated 1.05pm - Added VGH statement Vitals Global Healthcare did not manage to keep up with all the major milestones stipulated in its contract to run three hospitals, The Sunday Times of Malta can reveal.  Contents of the hospitals, including...

  • Alfred Sant questions Crane Currency ‘subsidies’

    Alfred Sant questions Crane Currency ‘subsidies’

    Former Labour prime minister Alfred Sant on Thursday raised questions about government “subsidies” to lure US company Crane Currency to open a money-printing plant in Malta. Read: Crane Currency changes hands for $800m Writing in The Malta...

  • Passport buyers hidden among ‘new Maltese’

    Passport buyers hidden among ‘new Maltese’

    Updated at 3pm with PD statement The names and details for many millionaires who bought Maltese passports last year remain concealed in an official list that contains the people naturalised and registered as citizens of Malta. The list, published...